Frequently Asked Questions

Below are questions commonly asked about the Licensee Search application.

Type in the individuals first or last name. A portion of a name will pull back all possible results.
Type the agency or firm name in the appropriate box.
Your results will include only residents of Florida.
Enter your name, license number or national producer number then select the blue "Search" button near the bottom of the page. Click on your light blue name near the bottom left side of the page. Right click anywhere on the page to print.
In the License Category box, use the drop down to make your selection.
Check the box labeled "Only Licensees with No Qualifying Appointment".
Populate the "License Category" and check the box labeled "Only Licensees with No Qualifying Appointment." Select the blue "Search" button near the bottom of the page to return the results.
On the Appointment tab, under the Appointing Entity, mouse over and click on the blue "Select". Enter the Entity Name, Entity Number or NAIC Code.
Click on the gray bar labeled Continuing Education. Enter the timeframe. Select the blue "Search" button near the bottom of the page.
Click in the License Category field and select from the drop down the category you want to search. Then click on the gray bar labeled Continuing Education. Enter the timeframe. Select the blue "Search" button near the bottom of the page.
Populate the License Issue Date and the License Category and select the blue "Search" button near the bottom of the page.
There are more than a million records stored in the database. Your results will display when the query finishes running.
The data on the Licensee Search is relatively real-time live data.
We plan to incorporate disciplinary action information within each licensee's record in a future update to the Licensee Search.
It's important that licensees update their information in their individual and any business (e.g. agency) MyProfile accounts to not only be sure they are compliant with Florida law but also so the public can access their current information. As a reminder, addresses and other contact information that we publish on this site are public records under Florida law.